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Dupenny's new 'knitwear' wallpaper (and more)

This wondrous wallpaper design, new from Dupenny, just dropped into my in-box and I had to share. Isn't it brilliantly unusual?

The design is inspired by retro knitwear – and not, apparently, the  Danish detective series, The Killing, whose protagonist is famed for her chunky jumper.

It also comes in black and white, and costs £75 for a 3-metre  panel, £196 for a 10-metre roll – and just £6 for an A3 sampler, which has already got my decorating brain ticking. Behind a piece of strong glass, it could make an unusual bathroom splashback.

Even more appropriate for that sort of thing, might be Dupenny's  Mixed Tiles paper, which also comes as individual 'pick n mix' monochrome, ceramic tiles, £10 each.

The prices and dimensions for the paper are as above.

You may be familiar with Dupenny already; the company does a sexy range of homewares with a burlesque theme. There are cushions, lampshades, wallpapers and aprons and tea-towels. But I like the plates, £29 each, left, which would look good on a wall.

Plates-on-walls are typically a kitchen decor style, but in Grace Bonney's scrumptious Design Sponge at Home book, she features a bedroom with a scattering of pretty blue and white plates, hung above a bed. It looks good. Check out her how-to video.

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